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Old 01-16-2012, 09:47 PM   #51
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Re: Helpful Homeschool links

Thank you very much for great links. I have saved the ones I think I might use right away to my favorites, and will spend lots of time sorting them and figuring out what to teach who when. It will be fun.

I wanted to contribute some too. Since you all have great resources, I do not have new things to offer as far as teaching general subjects.


I do not know how many of you are intersted in teaching children Japanese language, but in case someone was interested, here is a printable page for Japanese characters. If anything, it might be fun to just give couple pages a try and see what Japanese children their age are learning in school.

Hiragana
http://kotoba.littlestar.jp/hiragana-h.html

Katakana
http://kotoba.littlestar.jp/katakana-h.html

There are also practice worksheet for Kanji organized by grade level.
Here are first graders list.
http://kotoba.littlestar.jp/sy-kanzi1h.html
second grade
http://kotoba.littlestar.jp/sy-kanzi2h.html
third grade
http://kotoba.littlestar.jp/sy-kanzi3h.html
forth grade
http://kotoba.littlestar.jp/sy-kanzi4h.html
fifth grade
http://kotoba.littlestar.jp/sy-kanzi5h.html
sixth grade
http://kotoba.littlestar.jp/sy-kanzi6h.html


Printable sheet for practicing Japanese characters (blank)
http://kotoba.littlestar.jp/sy-ntkm.html

Writing practice sheet with dotted lines.
http://eigonurie.com/note1.html


Addition Drill printable sheets to help with math speed.
http://kotoba.littlestar.jp/100masu.html
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